We’ve outfitted Project Wild E. Coyote with four different American Muscle wheel styles and tires from Mickey Thompson. You get to vote on which ones you like best, and we’ll keep ‘em! Voting ends February 28th!
by Jason Reiss on February 24, 2014
by Lindsey Fisher on December 18, 2013
Follow along as we upgrade the appearance of our 2011 Mustang to a 2014 with Ford parts and an exhaust with CORSA. A complete parts list is inside!
by Don Creason on November 1, 2013
We go big with a custom turbo system from JPC Racing, Turbonetics, Turbosmart, and Heatshield Product, as Wild E Coyote takes one step closer to making big horsepower numbers on the dyno.
by Jason Reiss on October 29, 2013
Check out the awesome new Raxiom GPS/Satellilte Radio/Backup camera touchscreen combo designed specifically for 2010-2014 Mustangs with SYNC technology. Follow along as we install one into Project Wild E. Coyote.
by Joshua VanWynsberghe on October 1, 2013
It is relatively easy to make big power with a late model Mustang due to the availability of bolt-on performance parts. Maximum Motorsports has developed their own bolt-in roll bar kit to make the car safer too.
by Don Creason on September 17, 2013
Aeromotive and Fragola hook us up with the latest fuel system technology for Project Wild E Coyote, including an Eliminator pump, and Billet Fuel Pump Speed Controller.
by Jason Reiss on September 4, 2013
Project Wild E. Coyote was in need of a catch can solution for its turbocharged engine, and Peterson Fluid Systems and Fragola Performance Systems came to the rescue. Read the details inside!
by Jason Reiss on July 30, 2013
Check out phase two of our 1000-horse-capable long block Coyote build in conjunction with Rich Groh Racing Engines, JPC Racing, Comp Cams, Ferrea, and more of the aftermarket’s finest companies. We talk head porting, valve sizing, and more!
by Don Creason on July 24, 2013
We add a Moroso Air/Oil separator for Wild E Coyote’s new engine, and dress things up under the hood.
by Don Creason on June 19, 2013
We install a Heatshield Products intake manifold heat shield for an up to 12 hp gain with our BOSS intake manifold for Wild E Coyote. This simple installation may be the least expensive horsepower gain for any Coyote engine.
by Don Creason on May 29, 2013
As power numbers for our 2011 Mustang GT Project Wild E Coyote continue to climb, we fortify the drivetrain further with a new Moser M9 housing and nine inch center section. We show you what you need to know about installing a 9-inch rearend into an S197 Mustang.
by Jason Reiss on May 3, 2013
Our Project Wild E. Coyote receives a new, high-horse-capable short block, thanks to Rich Groh Racing Engines, Ford Racing, and a host of other companies who lent their expertise to help us build a street stormer.
We’ve tested Mickey Thompson’s 15-inch ET Street Radial and the newer ET 18-inch Street Radial II against one another on the street and at the track to see just how well they perform within their own given parameters.
by Don Creason on March 29, 2013
Mickey Thompson has a new street tire aimed squarely at the high performance daily driver crowd. See what this tire is all about when we try them out on our project Wild E Coyote.
by Don Creason on March 5, 2013
Wild E. Coyote gets a substantial upgrade in the drivetrain department, that is not only more durable, but should also be street and strip friendly. What does it take to install Tremec’s T-56 Magnum XL in a S197? We have all the details right here.
by Jim Smart on March 5, 2013
With over 590 hp making it to the rear tires we turned to Lakewood Industries to help give Wild E Coyote’s rear tires more bite, and improve our project Mustang’s overall chassis stiffness. Inside, we install a complete rear suspension update and even do a video on it!
by Don Creason on December 5, 2012
There are literally thousands of parts and tricks we can use to make our cars go faster at the track. Weight savings is one of the oldest tricks in the book, but saving weight in the right area of the car can make surprising improvements in your ET’s. We test a set of GT500 18×9.5s versus Weld’s 18×4.5 RTS wheels.
by Don Creason on September 17, 2012
Just as it takes exponentially more power to go increasingly faster at the drag strip and autocross it takes exponentially more energy to stop your steed the faster you go. This is why we turned to Baer Brakes to equip our 2011 Mustang with some serious stopping power, with the goal
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by Don Creason on September 10, 2012
Our Project Wild E Coyote has received numerous upgrades in the performance department lately. We decided that to help further differentiate it from the herd we’d upgrade its lighting, and appearance at all four corners, thanks to our friends at American Muscle.